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ERIC Number: ED067062
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Aug-2
Pages: 17
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Meeting The Challenge.
Marshall, Stanley
A student's residence can make a significant contribution to his academic, social, and economic welfare. University administrators and housing officials have been challenged by students to provide housing that is responsive to the changing life styles and demands of students. They are meeting this challenge by modifying existing physical facilities and policies, and by constructing new forms of on-campus residence halls. It is vital that university personnel continue to meet the challenge because university housing is beneficial in 4 major ways: (1) it helps facilitate the student's social-educational growth; (2) it is convenient and economical for the student, the university, and the community; (3) a large number of parents and students desire the option of university residence halls; and (4) it provides an opportunity for the development of programs and facilities for student benefit. (Author/HS)
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Authoring Institution: Association of Coll. and Univ. Housing Officers, Columbia, MO.
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Note: Speech presented at the Annual Convention of the Association of College and University Housing Officers in Hollywood, Florida, on August 2, 1972